html,css,google-chrome,styles,html-lists , li and a element styling issue with Chrome after clicking a link
li and a element styling issue with Chrome after clicking a link
I have a simple menu that works fine in Firefox, but when using Chrome the links move around when you click on them and so it breaks the styling. I read from somewhere that
display: block; on
a element would fix this, but it didn't.
You can see a demo here: https://jsfiddle.net/dewg1L8y/1/ Use Chrome and click the links to see what I mean.
Also any idea how to remove the text wrapping in Chrome? It stays on one line in Firefox.
<a href="#">link 1</a>
<a href="#">second link</a>
padding: 0 10% 0 10%;
Just change the padding from 10% to 10px or more for the a tag
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